This might be too little information to go by on. I would have to write the details, but it was pretty clear to me. On the prophecy question, I know your not into that, I am not either and I could if i wanted too, it's just that during an experience I was handed a newspaper with incredible destruction on it. She said it was going to happen 80 years after the first man on the moon, I looked up the date of the first man of the moon and it matched the 80 years later in the news paper. I didn't know the date of the first man on the moon. just weird.
Reply from MiBeloved: http://meditationtime.grou.ps/talks/7078419/
All prophecies should be taken with a grain of salt, with the idea that the Cosmos is not committed to anything but its own addenda. It can give an indication which it can complete reverse in the nick of time.
Sometimes when I say this, people feel insulted because after all if you hear from a reliable source or from a trustworthy oracle, that your foot won’t be cut off, then you expect that there is some integrity in that.
You are important so no one not even God or fate, should ever give you a false indication.
So if something happens to the contrary, you will be disappointed if you were of the opinion that whatever was said to you must come true.
King Kansa was told by an oracle that the 8th child of Devaki would kill him. So then he decided not to take any chances. The guy figured that if it was true, then he should defend himself by killing the infant before the infant would grow into a man-size body. But all the same he was thinking that if the oracle was untrue, he could not take the chance to believe that it was untrue because you never know what can happen.
So it is like that, take prophecies with a grain of salt and keep your eyes open. In 1973, a reliable mystic lady went into a trance and said that three books of mine would be published by DeVorss Publishers. This never happened. In fact when the books were submitted, DeVorss promptly sent back the manuscripts with a polite rejection notice.
So the lady did her best to read the stars but the stars did not care to honor what they indicated to her at the time of her trance.
What is it?
Is it in your hands?
I am not into the moment. I am not into the now.
But I know one thing; the future is not under my thumb. And I appreciate that.
There are too many other variables for anyone one of us to sanely rely in a good future for ourselves or rely on anything for ourselves for that matter.
Arthur Beverford used to speak of the centers everywhere and the circumferences nowhere.
Well tell people that I said something to contrary.
Centers nowhere and circumferences everywhere (in this usage we are the centers, we, the limited living entities. We are surrounded on all sides by limitations. We are boxed in with limitations. That is how I see it)